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Citadel Press, 1960 - 412 pages
A survey of parapsychology. Part 1 describes the debates about the validity of paranormal experiences. Part 2 distinguishes between what is known and what is speculation in each field. Part 3 includes new research from India and Russia and looks to the future.

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PARAPSYCHOLOGY: The Controversial Science

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A thoughtful and elegant report on what's been going on in the field of parapsychology since J.B. Rhine was shuffling ESP decks and Uri Geller was bending spoons. According to Broughton, director of ... Read full review

Parapsychology: the controversial science

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Broughton, director of research at the Institute of Parapsychology in Durham, North Carolina, provides an accessible introduction to the science of parapsychology. Most readers will know something of ... Read full review

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